Tuesday, September 19, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - September 19, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED AT OCLOCK md per out at per City w dress Two figjj A of Venison for ilinners1 Hashed Captains of Ships may hare prompt any IH September as MASTER of the WORK n1 an active Single i in a similar situation ii v iiiuIivei lie must write a good hiiuwirf of and Overseers of the Poor of tbe tic made by will the strictest to tbe o beiwevii the hours of eleven and PUBLIC A Spanish Merchant offers for Sale a quantity of real PALE and PORT and it being the produce of the estates of his reu denlK of Xeres rfela Frontera and Douro he enabled to do it at worthy the notice of 441 per to be made to Samuel HARRISON and tespectfully re commend the and 401 take advantage of the present price they are as the season is so far advanced there is no prospect of their being addressed to the London Sea Coal Southampton will attended with the strictesl Country orders are sent at one shilling per mile per off the CtovtriKirK will meet at Bride n the 4tb of Octtibtr o rtceire Prnjjosah iw nh aiij prrjon wiliiirg to viz ihc best Ox IVilx from that to 1 cudirs must lie delivered to lui 3d w JOHN ui M i niors will meet at Bride on lie 4tli day of Oc lo foi 6l iid ex wil ubnttinc art to built 10 ilii at llir bottom r and N 01 tli west Corner of Cinnaiuuu lit built u VUuis nnd IMWWH In at the MM tltc liuurs of tin am Iw fur building the nr a Tndrrs must lie Itft u the Jd Octo A JX GRAKD MATCH be played in LORDS CRICKET on September Two following between two select Elevens of all for One Thou sand Gutotfoi a the Wickets to be pitched Eleven Robinson Bennet Bentley Small Beldam Hammond Harding Walker l be tHN i riven to all persons whom thaaupIicitioD it intended to he iV fr lave to bring in a xiVikr and maintaining ctrtain andformakicyandmjintaining maintaining three ur whrreof irom the said Dotks The last Match this An alteration having taken place in the Lasts of the Oevr be had of Admittance No dogs Cricket and stumps A Marquee to will hold one hundccd This Day is in illustrated with a Map of the Country inhabited by tbe Tribes of Western HE TRAVELS of CAPTAINS LEWIS and from by way of the Missouri jnd Columbia Jothe Pacific performed In the years and By order of the Government of the United Containing Delineations of the of the compiled from va rious authentic sources ajid original documents and a Sum mary of the Statistical View of the Indian from the Official Communication of Meriwether Printed for and Paternoster By at with consent of M of tbe risipg VdUjuih six good statpinrrpooja closetfr rooroy with cimV and beer yard with into Priest oonrt beld on Iwswfbr a leinj IB ft the trinal rent per apuum the be taken by api furniture on East alrte the sixih PAGE and ou tbe by r nesjt HOUSEHOLD FURNITUKp JL of to Battcnea coiBOrohendiogvxcetlcnt room parlour mfuisitiSj ampog which ore capital set df Morgan and SauodersTi patent ihahbgany portable v4 ril lf fifld fowint without rpHE genuine ajid valuable collection loose 1 with great f nntseiier abso retkuigf of the choke works of Ciprtoi other of die old and modern 1 Ubrary con Works of Mil and othersIJicse books have been miStelT and warranted and m the piott splendid Wtje pier irid rfr r other useful aqftvalpable excellent prescnra tum i TTT Collection of valuable at their Spacious Covent Ttus and Two foCbwiiig assemblage of FORFEITED comprising 700 of nseful ele gant diaraottd and pearls and looMf Tatiety sf repeating apd wlain and metaj capital guns and fine beaudfijl French Elegant riefiises and with rich an excellent aseortmeotof wear ing table and bed silk and cotton and bthcr useful the property of thfiJol lowiflg Strand Hounds ditch Norfolk Street Marylefcone Street Skinner Street Princes Street Charing London Road Rathbone Place Westminstsr Road Georees Fields Brewer Street lirydges Street Field JUane Pledged in montbs to Plough Yardi in Plough at Quantityof genteel ami genuine XX HOiJD FURWiTU of person off 11 n uie and t distriined on for f ajia Lchainand kitchen and and good kitchen TF the Next of Km xf HENRlCH HERMANi 4 late belonging to the West India Merchant Ship Witt apply to Richard near the vhc hear 61 something to their will echa ir i i uty Strce to tbe Hi called the T is nittTiJjd to comamiikatc from the tluRiver to passthrongh and the to from the said tic River w pass throurf to iobe Stairs also for build int three Mrvcr4 one over 1 narigable or and i h buiges and and for erecting temporary aid temporary and passages same CUTS or Uridecs and for making and mamtaimng drains courses in or near the same premises othiT drains and water courses in all which intended navigable and and the pre over or through which arejntended to be erected or are in the parish of in the count 1 TnsDiv 4 price THE ADVENTURES of RALPII KEY rrlHlXE containing Sketches of Morttrn Cbarnc and By VV1LUAM UN Tlne of Wearn are and Puzzlrcj with and pcrplejtd with errors Ovir understanding traces them in Ixwt and bewilderd in tbe fruitless search ISor with how much art the Nor whore tbe regular confusion inlfj foe Richard Lpodon and to be baU of all To and upun the M HOUSE HOLD and hy order of tee removing inWTthe covmtg a very stout oak mid flr or liquorback 100 a capital fir wormtub 173 an excellent hydraulic by which will div charge 20 palons hCad fir uak asj r i ami fir a atout lirirk Household Fui intivre consists of fourvest Solicitor to rhe Commercial Dock Mildreds T or on fourteen miles from London Is LET completely bythe CM a eood FAMILY with sopveijient offices and well supplied vTJth fine an o good hand ud and eleven acres of meadow land rd if required is beautifufly sitmOed on an emi view a r ianity of Hampton i lorthC AuSiey Grosvenor by PRIVATE POPULAR NOVELS AND lust published by Bookseller and No Bcrners Oxford EXILE of an inte resting in 2 Caroliic of a in S Manfawev the Onehanded a in Mary a in modem in Gothic a B Ccrlibia chvsing a a in 2 wnttenby Captain in answer tp Calebs bearch fora The Mysterious 4 a one Lovers being Traits in the Chacacur of a etftain Nobleman together with eight original LOSE which the undoubted productwn QJ his arid a descripfive with and and By Kate of Circulating on the most cosss good feathor bcdi ffiahogADy dour blc and single chests of pier and and very good secretaire and a a hand some Wedgwood glass and earthcr cyliBSjy A uu Wine AJAW5ON BOUT 100 dozen of excellent A in and four dozen tach FORT The Rieht Honourable the GovernorGeneral in Council having received the official advices of the final accomplishment of theobject of the de tachment lately employed in under the command of LieutenantColonel Mjrtindell by the surrender of the fortress of deems it proper to direct the publication of the following copies of letters from the GenerarS Agent in and from Lieu tenantColonel to the address of the containing reports of the ope rations of the detachment at the same to express the ofapprohattrrnand applause vviih which hjs Lordshirj m Council con templates the professibnaF and displayed by LieutenaTftCoionel Mrrmn in regulating the detach ment and of and exerttprijwhich have distinguishedthe conduct Jf the Officers and men his ri TP fe OO UJ THESECRET AfTJ dispatch it was JTRICESIXPENGE with vihich they were posted in this uncom monly strong hold was from considering the post invulnerable that this who were all chosen shpuld saBy out in our rear when we cut and spread devastation and plunder amougst our internal to the interruption and loss of our re The consequence of this in my necessary it will be ob vious to the Right Honourable the Governor in to have been liijjhly bene I am ultimately tend to accelerate the fall of It would be presumption in me to men tion or to point out particular in stances of extraordinary where the and intrepidity of all were eminently Orr the professional and unexampled en ertinns of the gallant parties bivh officers and in this brave rhe tirrjQTiy of the Commanding Oiiicer ii take the liberty of before I cortgjudp this that I am convinced the storm of or almost any coulJ not present the difficulties that were eu and in many instances in die attack of the hill yesterday and I am per fectly under Colonel Martindeils skill and his assiduous and unremitrrnp and the of this brave troops under his the capture ot A Ghnr piove a very I J lt achieve AG G Lcawhold B aud at 12S DWJSLLIBJQ dining kitclien and small The Premises are situated in an and retired inn ot 15 at a low held for an wa tion to rnove forward to gf AdjeyGhur tie deterrnmB rr I or CONTRACl or a fjogt ex a d ipacioiu Brick built nules the to the res and in one nule and tlalf from a e rommerce may be conveyed J wfety to most parts of slv supplied with bird and soft c an Linseed or or any other business wfctft space Any person being in of such Premises wOl mared with bjthe Affly o Castle ALL IN ONE Tta only LOTTERY to be DRAWN THIS T CornhHl and Charine Cross thit vAok of thr New SI ATE A LFAsfe MOUSE an to He DISPOSED of a For reference inquire at Hieh Street iStrand or tr t vo o r b drawn in One 20th of October This Lottery Numbers 1 to inclusive Fonr Tickets a so that the Purchaser of agmgle Ticket a Prize of By wo Tickets of the same a Prize of By Three of the same NUmbcr aPrize By Poor Tickets of the same of 80JDOOL and all other in the CAprTAU 4 of i 4 of L 12 Of 4 of Anduot Three Blanks to a Cottage witliCoachhouse a aod and By ADAMSON and COT1AGE RESI situated at con sisting of four drawing mid ami cel lartag a threestall a yard euploswi with and a small mea dow field Hie Uoty and uuinteiTnuted prosuecta of tlie surrouutlins cuontrjj MO the nVifrbWuvhood highly lulance Lundou at The Enrchaser will be pirt into pos session of fiiiir acres more of rich meadow laud as Uaaut at CapiWi Offices and Meurs A DAMSON and at of to alter his very 1 A Jt from finding krcmg pojt on r Tj be Jmme the CEASE omoru a fore and an excellent r u and For particulars apply H Ht V reeUold fXtute 1o be a valuable iMiuz of a and and the NORTB of ENGLAND bjMSWmnd ttert wcel to theibllQwiH CharingCrpss upd Bell hot rXtCUUVC uf t bffc of jjii a btantifol andro is ii A jiurchamrrrf q uiutity of laqd if Ea int tv m nf of tbe county of Loh nrty ftr lo Mr GLAS jMJM situated TOWN tlie wjtb coauporcial ond w flc an airy and and in the The an exc lauu KNARESBOBOf XT VT LYE RECTED compart a miles ftom London andW1 TO v SOLD by ftar TALEc W Y fc ron a concern of great The situation of the raost aaipopulons The Prenusewjccupy a great t it store appropriate huilding v Two very converfenttod neatly fitted and in toe bestVTVit benaoot foiu ens luur accomp eXtraacervavedliall pafljsades ft front a term of a A coach V if the SVSHFT Joint Cpi vernment for the present STA spccthrely inform the now on Sale at ill tbehr Charing Dtpss ouhis Lottery Is most unqualified ajyroSatjoik m the theatale the 20th of oast mun be dittnbnt 4 r BIGGLESWADIV tKflrniles arid Ihtle to which was occupied RassKtit and Adjodoo near relatiori of Lutchman and some ofhis chosen had beengreatly and amounted to the number of 5QO com manded by the oBovemenpcVned esti mated by as amongst die most at tached and bravest of his LieutenantColonel Martindell having cer ain intelligence of the which all in ormation and bein aware or th anger of leaving these active and attached par sans in our to issue from their stronghold t for the purpose of cntting off onr r plundering the villages in the inter il territories of For die above and to strike ter ror by a determined and decisive Colonel VlariindelTdetcrmmetl on halting that aad islodging die previous to the detacb in Which as iiilitary rendered accessary by cir I agreed with CJoIpnel Martindsll in in pursuancexrf his with irigadeMajoc troops destined for and not ant I toirefer the jOvernoToGeneial in Council to MartindelTs report of the attack 1 uttBtGenerali of whiclr fas finrtmred wittrircfipy will not or be pro Camp af l I am extremely sorry to tnut cnant Fry his left shis and that Lieutenant n is so wounded througli both ac casion great doubt of his J R 6 ADJITTANT have the honour to acquaint for the information of his Excellency the Commander that at I directed four companies of the 4th light wrtb a sir to take a sweep to the northeast of some fiills situated in my and occupied by a body of under a named Adjodeo uncle to Lutchman in number Eye in whilst two sixpoun and a under Captain pro by 1st battalion of the 18th moved at the same time to them ORthe hills are of great and qan ascended by narrow running in a kind of or zigzag and at every were strong posts behind large efcch sufficient to conuintwemy man and as those posts commanded the from behind which the enemy ccirld severely fire on our men ar they his Excellency I bestow hisapprobation on those gallant fellows who forced these posts and drove itrto the top of the where they had hill nt o wry and excenYnt most three comvrtsinr ftum 4 Of Besides 10 This to the M by the I thfe erected parapet which they ascended bf drawing them np after and behind which they made a steady hurling taree stones clown upon our and direct ing a heavy fire of As it was impossible to carfy ladders up such a Stupendous rugged the men almost ex hausted and want of and evening after action of three hours and a during which time every foot of round was I deemed it prudent to re al the with an intention of renewing the this raornhig and for which purpose I moved my camp in the evening to this The fled at two oflock this leaving their Adjodeo with about siity amongst were and a number Tie attack was directed byLieutenantC under my andI have no hecita tion in that the course of ser I never saw men behave with more cool and determined than the few officers and rnea employedin this arduais under as close andbeary as 1 ever Excellency will perceiveby the kiclosed return and wrnnvdedT V The gallantry of jjie per severance ir was Jcegt op determined exerted by despaiiy fmd i 3 naturtj trt n deeto it my Snf to recornniend to the pardculast Infiif e cjf who eottftiafideS the attack akeriiftlie Af rmder whose juJ welidttected fire bur irieri advanced le storm i Major ofthe focttlr light inofficers The mnch as theysirfe to are by no what might nave been expected from the di the7 or the perseverimg o dose Sttack an eneiny sheltered behind and pf The loss of the rehek I bavi been ascertained to d ts am it Sttiar vras iaan on placedV63 will by all Ks report to or 168 in which I hare 5 tine fiirtli aerably greatertisaa mw part of tfii and states that the itioned in Lieutenant who vohmteeied his seryrcftj a party of pioneers in and whose aad gafiantry be but could not be In detailingthe nftrjtorions exertions jpf the officers employed in thisarduous 1 be Sn injustice to my Briajade Major did I not acquaint that Ifeet much indebted to this for the zeal be evinced on and indeed rrauch indebted to this for the be evinced on and indeed cm everyVxrtlier occasion since the m province has on It was niy intention to have taken up my gronnd before AdjeyGhur but want of conveyance For the wounded rife to halt till I have the honpirr your most obedient Commanding at Si In speaking of individual I omit mention that 2d battalion althcregh no part of his corps was or dered fn the assariUv vdlunteered his and LieutettsntCplpnel as stafiy sftuatwfc he distinguished himself nrach zeal and Signed True Signed

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